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PostSubject: The Legends of the Wolves UNFINISHED   Tue Jan 11, 2011 9:53 am

These stories have been greatly shortened for whoever tells them to give them their own detail and stuff. If you have any ideas or problems with any of these stories tell me and I'll fix em/add em. :3 I put references or similar stories (if any) in brackets.

The Legend of the Origin: First existed Yang, lord of nothing, ruler of emptiness. Then came Yin, and of their essence came the other Gods and the world. The first wolf, Datus, was the first to inhabit the world. He pleaded to the Gods to give him a mate, for he was lonely, and thus was created the first she-wolf, Tai. Of them where born nine pups, one for each kind of wolf. Man was made by an error of the Gods, one involving the god of mischief, and they managed to somehow create the dogs that are seen today. Of the first dogs and the first wolves where born the foxes, and of them where created the rest of canines. The lords provided food for their world in return for their adoration and the occasional sacrifice. (Origin of most religions)

The Legend of the Dead: Shiron, the god of Death and Spirits has been the only Celestial Wolf not to run with the rest of the pack. He has always inhabited the underworld, a cold place where the spirits go to live eternally, unless they are reincarnated. About 900 years ago, Shiron had an argument with his siblings in which he was finally banished from the Celestial pack, never allowed to return. Angry, he refused to return to his throne and escaped the the mortal world, causing havoc, for without their lord, the spirits became unsettled and could not enter the underworld. Kite, lord of revenge and the one in charge of guiding spirits there was left in charge, but being only a minor God he didn't have enough power to keep it in best condition. After 100 years of hiding in solitude, Shiron found a wolf as miserable as he and entered his body. Since then, he had remained in the wolf, who should have died over 780 years ago, hiding from his siblings. (A Wolvine original :D)

The Myth of Aton: Aton is the hero of the canine world. Nobody is sure what species he is, and there are constant bickering about his kind, but he is often represented as a Maned Wolf, though he is thought to belong to a species that is long since extinct. There are many tales about his heroics, too many to list, and it is impossible to distinguish those true and those false, for he is said to be the son of Yang with unlimited powers. (The twelve tasks of Hercules, Robin Hood, ect.)


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PostSubject: Re: The Legends of the Wolves UNFINISHED   Fri Aug 31, 2012 12:54 pm

Death and the Maiden: Leading up to the events that would eventually lead to his banishment, Shiron, lord of the Dead, fell in love with a beautiful mortal she-wolf. It is said her fur was the colour of the moon reflected on the clearest water, a voice more beautiful than the most talented bird. She was brought to the God's attention when the young wolf's mate died from a plague (due to the number of deaths, Kite, his Grim Reaper, was too busy collecting other departed souls). Touched by the emotion she showed as he died and stunned slightly by her beauty, Shiron slowed the death of the male wolf, but staying by his side in order to ensure a numb, painless end. When the time finally came, the she-wolf sang for her dead mate, the first time Shiron heard her voice. After a few months, he returned to the mortal world in the guise of a mortal, and befriended the she-wolf he had fallen in love with. Though he would occasionally attempt to make suggestions towards a more serious relationship, he was too insecure and the object of his affections still too hurt by the death of her mate. The years went by, and he would come and go every few weeks, but he remained young, and the she-wolf grew older and older. She died long before he confessed his love. Even in his own domain he cannot face visiting her soul, for the grief at seeing her with her mate again is too much. (Soppy sad story inspired by soppy sad songs my cousin listens to)
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